We are super excited to say (write) that we have the best minds working on our next quiz night and you are welcome to take part. Come as a group of up to 6 or we’ll try matching you to a team on the day.
It’s happening on 22nd April, 7.30pm – 10.30pm at the Iver Village Hall. To keep yourselves safe and happy, please bring your own food and liquid refreshments, as that way you can guarantee that any allergies are accounted for when eating. Raffle Tickets will be available on the day for added fun.
To buy tickets for you or your team for this event, please follow this link: https://www.ivra.org.uk/Quiz
The festive season is here and with it, the IVRA’s annual advent window display returns to delight your evenings.
Every evening a different business across the Ivers will light up its own unique display and we invite you all to come and see it.
By Christmas Eve we will have 24 displays that will illuminate the whole of the Ivers. We have created an interactive map for you to see all the locations and find out where the next big reveal will be!
Our mission is to make Iver Village a better place and solve issues by involving the community.
We will not solve your problems for you – the IVRA is you. One person can’t make all the changes by themselves, so the whole idea of the IVRA is that we come together and make a difference – because nobody is going to do it for us.
We need to work with other residents’ associations and the councils – we are not in the business of making enemies. We will be determined, we will fight for our rights, but we will also listen and be pragmatic. So sometimes we won’t get 100% of what we want but at least we will not get 0% – we will make sure that our voices are heard and that we count.
IVRA is a nonproﬁt organisation supported by the community.
It’s by the residents of Iver Village, for the residents of Iver village.
The IVRA is about taking control of our future and being part of something that makes a difference to all of the residents directly. We need to come together, we need to be united, we need to be noticed, and we need to be heard.
You are also welcome to take part as a member of our sub-committees
The committee is the governing body of the IVRA. Its role is to coordinate between the different parts of the association, communicate and work with other organisations, and set strategies and targets for the organisation.